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What’s on my Plate: Prague menu

December 2, 2010

Sometimes it’s not whats on your plate that makes a good meal, but it’s where you are sitting. So this week I am going to tell you not about what I ate, but where I ate it.

In the beautiful city of Prague, there is a wonderful little restaurant by the name of Klub Architektu. As you might have gathered from the name, it is a restaurant adjoining an architectural center. If you are going after sunset, be prepared as it is a bit difficult to find, even with a map handy. It is located next to the Betlemska Chapel in a small alley way. Look for the name of the restaurant written on the wall of the alley.

Once you get inside, you head down stairs into the cellar where you will be seated beneath the barrel ceilings. The low lighting and brick walls make for the perfect atmosphere for a meal with a few friends or a romantic date.

The food is traditional Czech cuisine at a very reasonable price. The three of us were able to all eat and drink for around 60 USD.After dinner head back upstairs and into the center shop to find a great selection of design books, gifts and frankly, really cool stuff.

So next time you find yourself in Prague, and I know you all will, head to Klub Architektu for a truly designed eating experience.

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